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Resolutions Showcase Poverty Conditions

The holiday season is generally a time when many people make donations to local food banks or seek out ways to help those in poverty conditions. It is the rest of the year that can create a challenge in maintaining a focus on those people and figuring out ways to offer assistance.

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New Practice in Village Works on Fixing Relationships
Updated: January 13, 2017 - 3:38 pm

When she started on her path towards becoming a therapist, Darci Cramer was always interested in what was going on for the families of clients. As she studied different cases in school, she said the relationships between people felt more important as a career versus only looking at an individual.   

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Teaching Canine Nutrition to Dog Owners
Posted: January 10, 2017

Diane Stern has been involved with dogs her entire life. As a young girl, she would help her father breed and show purebred dogs. When she was older, she would rescue military dogs. Always having dogs in her life led her to explore and become a certified consultant for canine nutrition.

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Local Breadman Delivers to Families in Need
Posted: January 10, 2017

Andrew Egressy has a heart for those who are not fortunate enough to be able to put bread on the table for their families. He grew up very poor on a farm in Angola in the 1940s and remembers driving down to Buffalo and buying stale bread at a huge discount. He says they would “slop the hogs and all that with it. We used to put milk on it and eat cereal.”

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Local Woman Goes Bald for Bucks
Updated: January 13, 2017 - 2:03 pm

Last Saturday, East Aurora resident Karen Cincotti participated in a fundraiser that she has seen the benefits of for years. Cincotti has worked at Roswell Park Alliance Foundation since 2013 and she has decided to participate in fundraising by Goin’ Bald for Bucks.

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East Aurora Veteran Served Beside Patton in World War II
Updated: January 04, 2017 - 12:42 pm

Whether he wants to admit it or not, East Aurora resident Richard Houghtaling is a true American patriot. The U.S. Army veteran, soon to turn 100-years-old, is one of a dwindling number of servicemen who fought in World War II, and is still with us.

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Local Woman Goes Bald for Bucks
Updated: January 13, 2017 - 2:03 pm

Last Saturday, East Aurora resident Karen Cincotti participated in a fundraiser that she has seen the benefits of for years. Cincotti has worked at Roswell Park Alliance Foundation since 2013 and she has decided to participate in fundraising by Goin’ Bald for Bucks.

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EA Post Office Buried Under Annual Christmas ‘Avalanche’

It was a sure sign that Christmas was coming: The East Aurora Advertiser photographer making his annual trek down to the Post Office to take the picture of Postmaster Wayne H. Wright and other postal workers dwarfed by stacks of mailbags.

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Traveling with the Advertiser

Here's an interactive map displaying the many places around the world the East Aurora Advertiser has traveled with readers. 

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